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Thread: Should The Right To Roam Be Extended Below Ground?

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    'Cavers are calling for the government to extend the rights that allow access to mountains, moors, heaths and downs to the subterranean systems that lie beneath some of Britain's best-known landscapes.The failure to include caves in the ‚??right to r...

    The Guardian - 28 March 2016'

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    I thought really that this was primarily a great outdoorsie story in the national press, above all as I had never thought of the Right to Roam being extended to other outdoors pursuits especially, myself at all before. What a brilliant thought if it could be extended by law in this way somehow or other by legislation! And why stop there too in fact! Guaranteed coasteering rights perhaps as well possibly, why not? And too think of canoeing! Where folks that are landowners currently, and for years back now, have been able to stop paddlers going down their privately owned estate part of national rivers even! Would it not be fabulous if the right to roam could be extended to rivers and waterways thus too!
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